Re: I confess i am a murderer
End of life cycle bees are propolis collectors, which is collected on their hairs and body. When propolis is taken off them back at the hive, hairs are pulled off in the process. I learned that at Bee College at UW Fl. I found it amazing, not one single aspect of the worker's life is wasted.
Originally Posted by AramF
It could be robbing too, I'm sharing the part I was taught.
"Rule Three of beekeeping...Never cease to feel wonder" Laurie R. King--
March 2010; +/- 30 hives, TF